Final specs of the GeForce RTX 3080 TiThe RTX 3080 Ti uses a NVIDIA GA102-225 GPU and has a PCI Device ID of 2208. The model features 10240 CUDA cores, with a maximum theoretical single-precision compute performance of 34.1 teraflops. The base clock is 1365MHz and the chip will have a 1665MHz Boost.
The memory will be 12GB of the GDDR6X variety. It's clocked at 19Gbps and hooked up to a 384-bit memory bus. This results in a maximum bandwidth of 912.4GB/s.
It's also confirmed that the GeForce RTX 3080 Ti will have a TDP of 350W.
Reviews of the GeForce RTX 3080 Ti should hit the web on June 3rd. Retail availability is expected on June 4th but it will probably be extremely hard to get your hands on this card. According to VideoCardz, NVIDIA has not yet shared an MSRP with the press. It seems pricing will be a last-minute decision. Either way, the difference between the suggested retail price and the actual street price will undoubtedly be very high.